Accessibility & Support

Library buildings are ADA compliant. On this page, find out more about what support is available where. More about supported resources, services, and programs for all ages as well as home delivery.

ADA Accessible Computers on the Main Library's third floor

At the Main Library

First floor (Children’s Services Area)

General support

Specific tools

  • An Ubi-Duo, a bluetooth-enabled two-way communications system originally created by and for d/Deaf people, that is useful in a variety of situations. For in-the-library use only, patrons can link keyboards to type to another person and you both see each other’s words on your screen.
  • Two iPads only loaded with seven augmentative/alternative communication apps. These apps are for people who have difficulty expressing themselves with vocal speech. They can use pre-loaded buttons and on-screen keyboards to communicate. Families need to try a wide variety of apps to find the one that works best for someone, and this will assist them in making this important choice.
  • Braille books, ones that have been published in Braille, and ones with Braille translations added.
  • Braille readers to translate ebooks and web pages into braille.
  • Scanner pens to scan text, hear the words read aloud, and look up any words you don’t know.
  • Adapted Boardmaker books, offering picture symbols as a way for children to learn and recognize words in a visual, pictorial way.

For caregivers looking for spaces to breastfeed, pump, or bottle feed 

Second floor events

  • Veterans Room support for hearing devices. Ask us now or in the library at any service desk for details.

Third floor public desk computers

  • Adjustable height tables.
  • Large type keyboards.
  • Monitors with increased display size.
  • Adaptive software (JAWS, OpenBook, and MAGIC) that magnifies and reads images and text aloud.

At Maze Branch

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